self-titled album was released on June 1st to great fanfare, the follow up
to their 2002 debut, Spirit and Decibels. The new album showcases the evolving
songwriting talent of Gregory Paul and the musical craft of the entire band. The
Autumdivers’ sound has emerged over the years to deftly weave
melodic threads that signal influences ranging from dream pop to dub reggae;
space rock to improvised walls of sound. It’s also grown edgier and more
experimental, as evidenced by a number of tracks on the new album, three of
which are produced by Chris DiBeneditto.
and CMJ magazines have all given the Autumdivers’ new
CD glowing reviews. And, in addition to being included on CMJ’s New Music
Monthly August 2004 CD compilation , the band was featured during their radio
program “On the Verge” in July . The Autumdivers were invited to
perform at both NEMO in Boston and CMJ’s Music Marathon in New York City
this fall. NBC has tapped four tracks from the Autumdivers’ latest release
for use during the 2004 Olympics. The BBC’s “Animal Camera ” and
MTV’s “Made” have also licensed the band’s music.